Scott London, host of Insight and Information, interviewed Quaker Peacemaker Adam Curle in 1998. Curle passed away in 2006. Here's the original show notes describing the interview. "Peacemaking in Troubled Times" As a peace scholar and long-time international mediator, Adam Curle has spent more than half a century trying to understand the roots of violent conflict. He has negotiated settlements and facilitated behind-the-scenes talks in India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Northern Ireland,... Topics: peacemaking, Quaker, conflict resolution
Watch the video to learn how to manage Problems Teachers Face. Visit http://www.teachersbusiness.com/ for more information. Topics: conflict resolution for teachers, conflict resolution classroom activities
http://goo.gl/bJJ07lIt is important to have good conflict resolution skills if you’re a part of any business or organisation. As you may know, conflict in the workplace can be unavoidable at times. After all, people have different beliefs, goals, ideas, and perspectives. When opposing ideas and beliefs clash, conflict arises. Topics: conflict resolution skills, workplace conflict resolution, performance management
Everyday incidents at school and at play teach Alice, Jerry and Eddie to resolve conflicts by compromise, by obeying rules, by finding facts, or finding opinions. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Social guidance, Children, Conflict resolution
Hear why this Washington Post journalist, author, professor, humanitarian and founder of the Center for Teaching Peace is so passionately dedicated to teaching peace. Topics: peace, education, teaching, university, mccarthy, conflict resolution
Entrevista realizada por J.M. Diaz Nafria del equipo de myUniversity de la Universidad de Leon a Marta Elena Alonso de la Varga, defensora de la comunidad universitaria. Topics: Interview, e-Participation, Conflict Resolution, University life
America's Peacemakers launches its first episode with professor, author, Washington Post journalist and founder of the Center for Teaching Peace, Colman McCarthy who speaks on the importance of teaching peace in schools. Topics: peace, education, teaching, mccarthy, conflict resolution, mediation, violence
Feel the Burn: Conflict Transformation and Healing in the Movement Conflict arises. It can hurts us, can damage our ties with friends, family, and comrades, and can hinder or even destroy our movements. Conflict can also be the source of strength, strategy, truth, collective power, and freedom. This workshop will focus on the importance of addressing conflict within radical and revolutionary movements, and will offer some tools, experiences, ideas, and practices for conflict transformation.... Topics: healing, health, ashanti, conflict, resolution, book, fair, anarchism, anarchy, transformative
This paper discussed how innovation and transformation in conflict resolution in Nigeria will enhance sustainable development using secondary data. It also reviewed theories and models in conflict resolution, the African methods of conflict resolution, Grassroots community-based activities, good governance, communication, collaboration, negotiation, conciliation, mediation and crisis management as methods of conflict resolution that require innovation and transformation in conflict resolution.... Topics: Transformation, Innovation, Conflict Resolution, Good Governance and Sustainable Development
This discussion of potential uses of mediation as a management and communication tool focuses on the library setting. The nature of conflict is considered, and the concept, basic principles, and applications of mediation as a form of conflict resolution are presented. The four steps in the mediation process are then described: (1) Introduction, (2) Story Telling, (3) Problem Solving, and (4) Agreement. Within the library environment, sources of conflict (between staff members, between an... Topics: ERIC Archive, Arbitration, Conflict, Conflict Resolution, Interpersonal Communication, Library...
One thing that we know whether its personal or professional, conflict is going to occur. It is important that regardless of your level having the ability to have the ability to resolve conflicts as the occur. In this episode Chris Cebollero is joined by Don Lundy, Bob Waddell and JB Guiton as they discuss the best way to resolve conflict. Topics: chris cebollero, conflict resolution, change, EMT, Supervisor, communication, resolve, Management
A worksheet asking kids to think about past problem solving and applying techniques to future problems.Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary) Topics: LP, LEA, LEA.LP, C3, Worksheets, Conflict resolution--(Primary)
This report presents the material from a workshop on peace education that was part of a conference sponsored by the European Peace Research Association (EUPRA). Two papers, "Research as a Tool for Peace Education" (Alberto L'Abate) and "Promoting Commitment to Peace and Environmental Responsibility" (Riitta Wahlstrom), are documented in part 1 of the report. The other presentations, reported in summary form in part 2, include: (1) "Goals of Peace Education According to... Topics: ERIC Archive, Conflict Resolution, Environmental Education, Peace, Social Responsibility, War
Mike Faber and estate planning and elder law attorney, Catherine Jacobs discuss "Conflict Resolution for Family Caregivers." Topics: caregiver, family caregivers, conflict, conflict resolution, aging journey, independence
An activity designed to help young children practice constructive conflict management skills.Suggested Levels: EE-LP (Early Education-Lower Primary) Topics: EE, LP, LEA, C3, LEA.EE, LEA.LP, Curriculum, Conflict resolution--(Primary)
This episode of Voice of America's Zane Emrooz (Today's Woman) focuses on the role of women and women's leadership in shaping global security and in promoting a human security paradigm focused on peace, conflict resolution, and protection of rights rather than military control. Participants including Mahnaz Afkhami, President and founder of Women's Learning Partnership (WLP), discuss the recent International Women Leaders Global Security Summit (IWLGSS) held November 15-17, 2007, in New York... Topics: Women and peace, Women's leadership, Conflict resolution, Women in development
This issue, focusing on peace education, is one of approximately six newsletters which are issued each year by International Peace Research Association (IPRA). The purposes of IPRA are to conduct interdisciplinary research dealing with conditions of peace and causes of war; promote national and international studies and teaching related to the pursuit of peace; facilitate contacts between world scholars; and disseminate peace research. Four major sections in this newsletter deal with: 1) a... Topics: ERIC Archive, Conflict Resolution, International Organizations, Newsletters, Peace, Projects,...
A group mediation instructor visited Occupy Atlanta to lead a workshop on Restorative Circles. Restorative Circles are a method of conflict resolution developed by Dominic Barter in Brazil. Occupiers participated in a demonstration of the technique and considered how it could apply to activist groups. http://atlanta.indymedia.org Topics: indymedia, atlanta, independent, media, occupy atlanta, occupy, nonviolence, conflict resolution,...
Educators, in the United States and throughout the world, are looking for new structures to embue teachers with decision-making authority and responsibility. This study maintains that before changing existing structures, it is necessary to examine and improve the current decision making process. The report outlines 12 guidelines for successful decision making that not only lead to decisions that stay made, but contribute as well to the organizational health of the school, department, or... Topics: ERIC Archive, Conflict Resolution, Decision Making, Decision Making Skills, Elementary Secondary...
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Two 30-minute KNXT-TV segments of FORUM FOR A BETTER UNDERSTANDING interviewing facilitators and participants following the successful citizen-to-citizen public Dialogue - CROSSING LINES - October 2009 in Fresno, California, USA. More information is at http://traubman.igc.org/fresnonight.htm Topics: dialogue, community, listening, bullying, peace, conflict resolution, relationships, interfaith,...
The history of the United States Constitution is outlined in this account of the 1787 Constitutional Convention. The document is grouped according to 12 topical headings, which follow a brief account of the participation of George Washington and James Madison. Section 1 deals with the conceptualization and development of the Articles of Confederation. Section 2 focuses on delegates who played major roles in the convention. Sections 3, 4, and 5 present three conflicting proposals (the Virginia... Topics: ERIC Archive, Conflict Resolution, Constitutional History, Decision Making, Governmental Structure,...
A contingency theory for managing conflicts in organizational settings is proposed. Collaboration, bargaining, and power approaches to conflict management are all appropriate, given certain situations. The situations and the costs and benefits of using a given strategy under varying conditions are discussed. (Author) Topics: ERIC Archive, Administration, Conflict, Conflict Resolution, Organization, Organizational...
A new approach to the development of strategies and procedures for rational resolution of value conflicts is described and illustrated. Strategies are based on 6 tasks for meeting the standards for a rational value judgment discussed by Jerrold Coombs (1971). The 6 tasks involve reducing differences in each of the following: the interpretation of the value issue, the purported facts assembled, the assessed truth of purported facts, the relevance of facts, tentative value judgments, and testing... Topics: ERIC Archive, Cognitive Processes, Conflict Resolution, Design, Educational Research, Logic,...